Investcorp, a leader in alternative investment, said on Thursday that its executive chairman and chief executive Nemir Kirdar would retire on June 30, 2015 after more than 30 years leading the alternative investment firm.
Former Gulf Air staff claim they are being denied benefits they were promised on retirement.
Campaigners claim as many as 400 people have been affected, including an ex-senior manager who served the company for
Expatriates who wish to continue living in Dubai after retirement will be required to take out health insurance, said a report.
The policy will be required for issuing a residence visa to such an expatriate, sa
Dar Al Maal Al Islami (DMI) Trust, Ithmaar Bank's largest shareholder, hosted a reception for members of the group's senior management at the Ritz-Carlton Bahrain Hotel and Spa to honour Mohammed Bucheerei, who retired last month.
Steve Ballmer, a passionate salesman who has been a central figure at Microsoft Corp for more than three decades, unexpectedly announced his retirement as chief executive on Friday.
The surprise move, that ended a controversial 13
Dana Gas, which has retained advisors to assess options for $1 billion in debt maturing this year, said on Thursday its chief executive will retire in September after three years at the helm.
Ahmed Al-Arbeed will remain on the board of dir
Marriott International said its president and managing director of International Lodging, Ed Fuller, will retire from the company on March 31 next year.
Fuller led Marriott’s growth outside the continental US from 16 hotels to more than 55
Graeme Coutts, chairman of UK-based oil flow technology leader Expro, will retire next month after more than 21 years of working at international oilfield company.
During his career with Expro he has held several prominent senior executive
The senior most Bahraini pilot with Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, has retired from service after 33 years of service with the airline.
Captain Abdul Sattar Al Alawi was given a farewell at an event at the Gulf Air headquarters, whi
Long-time veteran of the hospitality industry, Samir Daqqaq, Marriott International’s vice president of Global Sales for Middle East & Africa, will retire at yearend, following 30 years of service with the company.
Daqqaq joined Marrio